[UPL 018] Projekt Luty - Pająk
Another stylistic detour for Projekt Luty, this time employing a different set of collaborators - there is no humor here, but some genuinely interesting riffs, floating in space next to wordless vocalisations and disjointed acoustic folk. Things turn weirder when angry screaming and prepared guitar sets in, culminating in a 20-minute long vocal passage, processed electronically until only static and crackle remain.
Projekt Luty is an ever-existing musical project consisting of Jan Strach and any number of any persons. Apart from that, there are no rules in Projekt Luty - the music is improvised as we go on (sometimes there is one or two rehearsals), style ranging from minimalistic humming, through electronica, trip-hop, noise, punk, rock, post-punk, post-rock, everything accompanied by the atmosphere of psychedelia and amateurish freedom.
February 10, 2014
Pająk by Projekt Luty
I listened to Pająk and even though if fails at being a good album as it is there are a small amount of musically interesting moments on here. I did not enjoy the loud screaming and most of the rest of the vocals in this album, but what caught my attention were bits of the guitar sounds being played in a few parts. As a music production geek I could see some of these moments being either ideas for sounds or things that could be sampled and used in a more well produced work. In the end though I feel obligated to give Projekt Luty just one star.